What do you mean by cloud management?

Cloud management is how administrators control—and orchestrate—all the products and services that operate in a cloud: the users and access control, data, applications, and services.

What is Cloud Management?

In an era of digital convergence and bold connectivity, data has become a strategic asset. The need to protect and secure business information has become more critical than ever before.

Effectively securing data means that you need a powerful backup and recovery system. Data disasters strike at unexpected times in unexpected ways which might affect business.

The only security against data disasters is to have a sound backup policy and unfailingly executing it. CloudXchange.io’s Backup Service addresses your entire data protection challenges with an end to end and easy-to-manage service that backs up all your data from any source like servers, desktops, VMs, etc

Purpose Of Backup

The sole purpose of backing up data is, of course, the ability to roll back and access data files in case of local hardware failure. Cloud Backup safeguards business by helping to protect and secure the important files of website or application needs with little investment by scaling the storage up and down according to use.

Why Cloud-based Backup Service?

1. Fast Deployment

Unified & integrated approach with tradition in premises backup and cloud-based backup Replicate copy of business-critical data to cloud storage for disaster recovery.

2. Hybrid Backup Solution

Streamline your backup implementation and process
Leverage our backup experts & reference architecture for effective data protection.
Improve TCO for complete data protection solution.
Eliminate the need for dedicated backup infrastructure and resources.

Features of Cloud Management

  • Simplify Complexity

    One of the main reasons that IaaS has been such a huge hit is flexibility. IaaS consumers can choose instance sizes, operating systems, databases, application frameworks, and a laundry list of other attributes.

  • Build for the Future

    Innovation in the IaaS market is moving fast: Witness the weekly drumroll of updates from Amazon, Rackspace, OpenStack, and CloudStack cloud services offerings ­ both public and private.

  • Manage Multiple Clouds

    What cloud users want is true interoperability: Applications built for one environment can be run on another without changing the underlying code or configuration.

  • Support the Application Lifecycle

    Managing applications involves much more than simply getting them launched. A typical application has a lot of life events: updating code, patching security vulnerabilities, capacity management, performance optimization, backups, failover.

Cloud Management Advantages

  • Lower IT Costs

    Businesses requiring IT services save money using third-party providers vs bringing talent in-house. The business trades high employee costs for low managed service subscriptions.

  • Computing Resources

    Heavy computation cycles need extensive hardware resources. Outsourcing computing to cloud services tap into massive server farms. This cuts heavy computing resources nearly in half!

  • Accessibility

    Cloud services provide real-time access to several platforms. Employees access data through phones, tablets, and desktops. This gives them incredible flexibility when traveling. Or, if work spreads across work from home and outsourced talent.

  • Always Updated

    Dedicated cloud managed services feature constant updates. This prevents costly downtime when updating in-house systems. And, increases data security by patching exploits while delivering new features.

  • Security

    Unprotected or mismanaged in-house hardware and software creates security issues. Data intrusions and hacks cost U.S. businesses billions of dollars each year. This security risk is mitigated when passed to cloud-based services.

  • Scaling

    An increased demand from skyrocketing business growth calls for new hardware and software. This is a costly investment typically met with limited space or slow rollouts.

  • Backup/Recovery

    Managed services rely on up-time else they’d fold from clients fleeing. This includes regular data backups for clients and managed services. Dedicated professionals act quickly during downtime to bring services back online.

  • Integration

    Cloud services use a wide system & software variety. Their team works diligently to integrate services with other, popular platforms & services. This not only provides new service options but flexibility with tools & resources already used.

Plans and Pricing

Flexible pricing and plans available. For more details contact Sales.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is cloud based management?

Clouds are pools of virtual resources, storage, applications, and services that are managed by software so the resources can be accessed on-demand. Cloud management is a combination of software, automation, policies, governance, and people that determine how those cloud computing services are made available.

How do cloud applications work?

Cloud computing is an application-based software infrastructure that stores data on remote serves, which can be accessed through the internet. … The front end enables a user to access data stored in the cloud using an internet browser or a cloud computing software.

Why is cloud cost management so difficult?

Lack of analysis tools and operational visibility. to do this, they must leverage analytics tools and services that can provide hard data about their cloud deployments, and help them navigate through the jungle of public cloud service and pricing options.

Does moving to the cloud save money?

By moving to the cloud, you’ll be greener in two ways. First, you’ll be saving energy, which as previously covered, saves you on your operating costs. Second, you’ll be taking advantage of the work that your cloud service provider has done to reduce its data centers’ carbon footprint.

What are the common reasons to use the cloud?

Cost Savings : One of the most appealing reasons to switch to the cloud is the cost savings.
Ease of Use : Quite simply, cloud computing is easy to get up and running.
Increased Storage Capacity and Automation.
Agility, Flexibility, and Scalability.